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Introduction to Evaluation and Treatment of BPPV

$150


Credit: 7 Hours

Length: SELF-PACED

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For: PT, PHYSIO, MD, DO, RN, NP, PA, ATC


This course is designed to improve the participant’s understanding of vestibular anatomy and pathophysiology, evaluation, and treatment of BPPV. Participants learn appropriate evaluation techniques and evidence-based treatment maneuvers for posterior, horizontal, and anterior canal BPPV. The primary goal of this course is to develop an optimal approach to management of BPPV patients. Clinicians looking to expand their skillset for achieving excellent outcomes for BPPV patients are optimal learners for this course. This course could also serve as a review or contemporary update for current vestibular clinicians. Patient case studies and videos of BPPV treatment maneuvers are provided to further advance clinical decision-making skills for participants. This course is also an excellent course for new graduates looking to further develop their ability to manage BPPV patients.

Course Objectives/Outcomes

By the end of the course, a successful learner will be able to:

  • Understand evidence-based practice for BPPV patients.
  • Describe relevant vestibular anatomy and physiology
  • Identify signs and symptoms of BPPV
  • Understand evaluation techniques for BPPV patients
  • Understand BPPV treatment maneuvers for posterior, horizontal, and anterior canal BPPV
  • Examine clinical decision making for posterior canal BPPV
  •  Examine optimal treatment for horizontal canal BPPV
  • Understand modifications for geriatric and pediatric BPPV patients

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